• A Ginger Gold Mysteries Bundle: Books 1-3

  • By: Lee Strauss
  • Narrated by: Elizabeth Klett
  • Length: 14 hrs and 42 mins
  • 4.7 out of 5 stars (18 ratings)

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By: Lee Strauss
Narrated by: Elizabeth Klett
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Publisher's Summary

The first three books of the acclaimed Ginger Gold Mystery series by USA Today best-selling author Lee Strauss.

Murder on the SS Rosa Murder's a pain in the bow!

It's 1923, and young war widow fashionista Ginger Gold makes a cross-Atlantic journey with her companion Haley Higgins to London England to settle her father's estate. When the ship's captain is found dead, Ginger is only too happy to lend her assistance to the handsome Chief Inspector Basil Reed. Whatever will she wear?

Murder at Hartigan House There's a skeleton in the attic!

After a weeklong passage over the Atlantic from Boston to Liverpool, Ginger Gold arrives at her childhood London home—Hartigan House—to find decade-old remains from some poor woman on the floor in the attic. Ginger's Boston terrier, Boss, noses out a missing phalange from under the bed. It's a mystery that once again puts Ginger alongside the handsome Chief Inspector Basil Reed. Who is the victim? And how did she end up in Ginger's home?

Murder at Bray Manor A poltergeist guilty of murder?

Ginger Gold receives a letter from her sister-in-law, Felicia, requesting Ginger come straightaway to her late husband's family home, Bray Manor. Dowager Lady Gold, Ginger's nervous grandmother through marriage, believes the old manor is haunted. Ginger doesn't believe in ghosts, but is haunted nevertheless by memories of her husband and the lure of his gravesite she just can't bring herself to visit.

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The characters come alive through the narrator’s voice. The plot held your interest. I will listen to other books by this author.

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Spending a Sunday Afternoon…

I really wanted to enjoy these books. After a few minutes of listening, I couldn’t do it anymore. The cadence of the narrator sounds like a British newscaster. I’ve always found it so artificial. I’m gonna try to return it.

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Too many American or inaccurate terms used

I found the use of inappropriate phrases or terms very distracting.
The term Medical examiner did not come into use in England and Wales until 2019
The use of the word morgue should be mortuary, the last book did use this but not the earlier.
A servette is not a word used by the upper classes even these days the correct term is napkin.
In the last book the police officer caution the prisoner with a caution that has only been in use in the last 15 years.
The stories were interesting and an easy listen.